Blantyre United is out to redeem its dignity when it travels to the Central Region this weekend to face Masters Security on Saturday before another encounter against Civil Sporting Club.
The Blantyre based side will engage Masters Security on Saturday at the Dedza Stadium, before facing Civil Sporting Club 24 hours later at the Civo Stadium in Lilongwe.
Blantyre United’s title ambitions started on a low note, as they lost their first game to Red Lions before they resurrected against Chitipa United with a win.
The Leo Mpulula boys currently occupy the fourth spot on the log with 3 points from 2 matches.
Likely, Mpulula will push his charges to go for victories in both matches in the Central Region for his side to shoot top of the table.
However, Mpulula has warned the officiating personnel to handle their game professionally.
He accused Masters Security of buying referees, citing an example of their previous match against Civil Sporting Club.
“Masters Security is fond of buying referees, and we do not want this scenario on Saturday against us. We have an example of Civil Sporting which cried foul of poor officiating when they played against them in Dedza,” said Mpulula.
However, Masters Security General Secretary, Zacharia Nyirenda, laughed off Mpulula’s sentiments saying; “Those are crocodile tears and l cannot respond to such remarks.”
Masters Security kicked-off the 2017 season on a bumpy note as they lost 1-0 to Dwangwa United, before winning their second game 2-1 against Civil Sporting Club.